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1884 k 1922 ANNAPOLIS, MU. f'ubllab*<l Dililjr K><**|it StltllßT by TUB CAPITAL I'l KLISIIiNii COMPANY TilK EVENING CAPITAL la on aale at the following |>la<'*a: W. 4i*<a '....194 Mln Btr<ft Willi in H. tin!u<- M Went prwi J. Ivl# 74 Mary In lid Am elia* ti Iviiltnejor SU MtQrlab4 An\ "WurWril < oiifr tlui,>ry" King Ht William ltfcr .M int A < allK'ilral S: W. BAA. Niwatabd, Short i.Uir Trrmlnal , M. Miller 2TI IVcul Ktr.-et N. M i iih-la. Third A Brawn Ave., Kaatport Ir. i luirlra U tlwikrl . 29 Maryland At*. !>ll>rr*il In Aunapolta, Laatmirt. Cer wani<i n and W **at Annapolla ly carrier tor 4* c*if i*#*r n,until. Ta ian bn** fl ( r KVKKINQ CAPITAL nafW'l I* |n rheu away from the city by hn>Ttng ><r I,.mi.* and addrraa at Ikr f,,. 4 , , M . r moiatb . *i*ai per y*ar. nynbi* |>, sUvatH-e t* any |n>atoffl * In the ’ hli.-I ttt .iis <ir Canada. BiitrrAd at Ann ,41a Pnat. ton* *a 4 4• Matter. aar— . : ~.. , T KnuM wf tla twtalr4 l*tm Tfc* Am* t >te| prana ta nrla a: • Mir oar r. r rmb •• . f ,< nr a• rr tltril tu I ft i,4 lirrwlar ■ rrlll*o| In •bit pan** * wl alao ti* bn al araa |rabttak*.| n.-rrin All right* af a* fwbltr n..<, f arahini Ala In*t*4.na b< t#t* *ra at* reserved WATUItIAAf. in TUHKIt 7. 1922 111 MMta Ni IPH | > It i- to ffiatnFs the remarkable demonstration in the session of the \tnerican Hunkers' Association in New York in favor of America’s participation in world councils as without signifi cance. \\ hen hankers from all over the l nited States responded to | honias W. l.amont’s that America help solve the prob lems if the world, it meant some thing. It has been clear for many months that the course followed ly the Harding administration is one til at can lie viewed with lit tle enthusiasm by broad-gunge business men, more concerned with re-establishing credit and widespread productive activity than with grasping some greedy present profit. One of the para doxes of tin* last eighteen months has been that an administration supposedly so teiider of regard for ‘big business” should pursue a headstrong political course so inimical to the just and broad in terests of all business, big and little. For instance, riot only have the befuddled “best minds” let our debtor nations tread the path of rack and ruin by refusing sensi ble political relationships, but they have erected a tariff barrier that can only make confusion worse confounded. Is Mr. La uiont, as spokesman for a consul crable portion of \merkan finan cial opinion, any less reserved in criticising the tariff than in de ploring this nation's foreign policy? Not at all. “We shall be fortunate, indeed, it we do not find that in practice it protects ; lot of industries that do not re tpiire protection and cuts off from our farmers and manufacturers :• lot of foreign markets that arc ready to buy commodities.” Mr. I.auiont. like many othei financiers with a knowledge of world condition* and especially the European situation, lias since the Peace Conference to which he was attached, seen the folly of the l nited States holding aloof front the questions growing out of the War. In his highly import ant utterance before tile bankers he said: "Finally, do not forget that as the nations of Europe face great dangers America, too. is facing a crisis, though of a different or der. W e have gained great pow er. \\ ith the power goes weight\ responsibility. Hate we dis charged it? For the period of the \\ orld \\ ar, my answer is ves. a thousand-fold > es. W e have, it is true, offered criticism to* the nations of Europe. W e have shouted advice to them. Hut tve have been timid and fearful of petty entanglements. Now we have, it would seem, come to the parting of the ways. Shall wc meet the resp nsibilitv that has come with our power —or shall we fail? Shall you and 1 give our mind, our understanding, and our sympathy to these problems, or shall we stand aside and add to our national "stock of gold? Shall we urge upon our national government acti\e co-operation in the councils of the mother country and of the Old World? Or shall we keep silent?' Many of tiosc who cheered these Sentiments in New York condemned Woodrow Wilson for urging the same thing. It is cred itable to their judgment if not to their sense of fair play that at last these interests along with all others, not blinded by partisan dust, are swinging around to see that President Wilson’s political: onoonents were wrong when they, oersuaded this country to abatt-i don its job in Europe, forsake it- j allie- and beguile it elt into think- ! ing it could live unto itself alone.' It will be a happy day when America starts to repair the dam age its political folly wrought a few years ago. CITY HHGH ELEVEN DOWNED BY SEVERN (Continued From Fn* >•> I The summary: Severn Annapolis H. S. Stockett] ’ Wilcox ..•.....•L-K Weidman j o.n L.T Stone | Keith | Bowl* LG tc.) Elliott [ Turner (c. C Elliott Chance ’ Nestor RG Mt Knew Carpenter Yundvr Duckett tfcstart HT Smith Haebrourk Turner Sar-held .RE.. Grunt r White Van Antwerp .. Q B .Clark Hot urd lira to Montgomery ~ HB Maealuso Donald .HB Rice Walrath s Cooper . F.B Williams Score by periods: * Severn 7 0 0 •—II Annapolis H. 5...... 0 7 0 0— 7 Touchdowns Severn: Cooper. llubharU. Try for point: Turner (place kick). Annapolis—Touchdown: Maealuso. Try for point: Williamr rl(drop kirki. Referee: Porter (Wash ington and Lee). I'inpire: Menton . (Loyola). Time of periods: 10, 12. 1 w - 12 j Substitutions: Annapolis. Clark for White. Maealuso for Gessner, Wil liams for Walrath, Gessner for Tur | ner, Stockett for Weidman. Smith for - Duckett, Duckett for Smith. McKnew ’for Chance. Severn: Vandabouger , for Carpenter, Howie for Keith, Keith j for Howie. Drain for Hubbard. Touch- downs: Cooper, Apples, for Severn; Maealuso, for Annapolis. | THE FRIENDLY PATH il By WALTER I. ROBIN6ON. ; J; r\<)XT he afraid to iHugh. > A hearty laugh is ns good ; 1 F ns medicine. It aids digestion. ! I J; It shoves cares aside and brings j ! ( ?!; happiness to those who are sad. ; ; Thackeray declared that “a ; ; good laugh is sunshine in the 1 f; limise.” ; i y' The world may he wild over ; £ jarring; It may think too much ! i about pleasure and show. But ; : I it is sorely in need of more : j;; whole-hearted laughter. When M people really laugh out loud, lheir glee relaxes their nerves. : 1 F They can fel the exhilarating ! l V: tingle clear down to their toes. N A man needs rest from every- : ;; day cares. He needs to forget ' tempornrUy vexations and sor- ; j ?’ rows w hich burden his miud. He ; gets partial rest wiien asleep; I yi; hut ufter sleeping he sometimes ; awakes more tir*d in ialud and J 1 il body than wiien lie lay down, be- I I I 5; cause mischievous trouides— j i> usually imagined,—have kept ; : V creeping through his mind. . Hut when a man laughs from ; pure Joy or because he sees >;j something or hears something ; J: which actually appeals to his ; sense of humor, lie gives his ! [ U mind u more complete rest than ; : f at any otlier time during day or ; j i; nigiit. ; : H pays in happiness; it pays • ± hi everyday Hcconiplisluncnts to i ; ’ \ see the sunny side of life. ! F The long-faced, dreamy mortal ; ; seldom has many friends. He ; f S finds more trouides than he ! >;> actually has and exaggerates : those which are reaJ. In our pathways of work and : 1 q our pathways of rest we should j j J; seek lvnl causes for mirth. L v; (P by th* Wh?et*r Syndicate. Inc > J | Refreshment*. “Coming to the party tonight?*’ “What have you?** “Got some pretty fair stufT, hair ionic and horse liniment.**—Louisville 1 ! 'ouricr-JournaL t i * , * The long skin seems to he coming , .nto favor again.’* “Yes. and soon li , j will he sweeping the entire country.’’ ~ —New York Sun. Beacon Lights Of Business Along perilous coasts, light houses throw their guiding rays far into the night to warn the | mariners and help them safely qpast the shoals. Spend a few minutes a day running through the advertise j meats in this paper. Then buy ( II the products that have proved up in the light of advertising. Let the Beacon of Advertising guide you as it is guiding so many astute buyers. Business, too, has its beacons. I They are the which throw a powerful light tOj truide you in your buying. They; show you what to buy, where to' buy and when to buy. 1 THE EVENING CAFITAL. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922. | WHAT IS MARYLAND ANYWAY?- | j I Ihe County of Anne Arundel: |j | The Heart of Maryland. | By ALLAN BOWIE HOWARD >=-< \i:cirrtntrt from the Evening Nan] | (Continued from yesterday.] j TWH'C it has been shorn of large , parts of the best and richest of ( I its possessions. First, in 1851. when , its richest agricultural section was ( cut off and created into Howard coun- ( ty. and the stinnd time when The , Spoilers came iu 1918 and took what ;, was again at that time our greatest ! aaaet in point ot wealth Iu 1682 it I j was known as one of the greatest counties of the State and had by 1689 j, route to be one of the wealthiest and most popuh as One ot the moat iu-, fluential and aggressive, it had always! been The names of its men stand j boldly out on history’s page fur their |i wisdom iu peace, their daring in war. • i From St. Mary's City the Slate capital ! ■ was removed iu 1G94 to Annapolis.! i The county development was then J i rapid, and to Annapolis, the then) brilliant, intellectual center, came txA j I alone on matters of public moment. 1 i hut by reason of its delightful society,’ , the foremost spirits of that period. 1 r From that time, until the war be- ; tween the States, the wealth, the cul > Hire and relnement of the coun’y, its] - period when, indeed, deeds were mas-' i culine, words feminine, the beauty; . ind comfort of its country ljfe, the whole method and custom of, the r Imes, had a charm regrettably now • - forgotten save by an envied few ! - whose memory of the tender grace of j r a day that is dead rarely finds itself * ! :i utterance. Hut the old regime is r dead. It will come back to us ,no : 1 more forever. Its lights are fled, its garlands dead,; : its banquet halls deserted. The old •ustoms. the old life, are fading fast: away into the mists of obscurity. A glimmer breaks through just now and j ! then, when some one turns the : searchlight backward and the lonely ; ghosts of long ago stalk forth, as if to ; see who and what we are. The men md women who made it great anti : good and beautiful have passed into i the realm of things beyond. Their ; souls are with the saints. 1 trust. ! —o — THEY who remember tho men and things of an age that was indeed ; golden, look and long for those lit lo ; take their places. Hut the quest is vain. The niches that held them arc still empty. The dust of ages has ; covered the seats of the mighty, and ; vet we wonder by whom and when the ; dgn “To Let” will be pulled down, the ■olrwebs gently brushed away and the I ffd places, longing for companion ; hip. again hold converse with con ! genial spirits. ; Me who live in this day do not ! ‘laim that we have their like; we only ; iope that some day tho land wherein ; hey dwelt and. the places where they ' teld sway will see their reincarnation. ; The old plantations have almost ; wholly changed hands. Conics now to ; many of them the outlander. the man j >f another race, another clime, an other sun. following the tide of im migration. His wholly differing ideas if life, of comfort, of beauty and of government, affect the political as well as the social life, and the process if assimilation, that drags its slow length along, is not of today and not. indeed, until some far distant day. Other of the old homes have passed nto the hands of wealthy men. coni ng from afar to the charm they find here; hut whoever or whatever those who come, all alike glad to leave the gTeat, wicked, tax-burdened cities, or *o flee from some less favored sec tion to find happiness in a clime so congenial and surroundings so grip ping. There has been evident and com mendable desire in many cases to pre serve and retain the characteristics and lines of the old homes. Not infre quently these have been closely ad- i hered to. but In many instances (t has j been like setting a house painter to reproduce a Rubens or an Alma Tadema. A pipeless furnace is an in sult to a Colonial house and a cab bage patch adds no sanctity to where ‘i a terraced garden was. —o— npHE war that rent the States) *■ asunder, that set brother against | brother, that wrecked homes, devas tated plantations and destroyed sys- j terns, crucified the tnea and customs j of that age on the cross of sectional | hatred, and we who have come after them have struggled with th* heritage j is left us, not yet out from under the wreckage or able to escape the trail j of the serpent. But unless the world j goes to pot las seems now not at all \ unlikely), the old county of Anne Arundel is coming hack into its own. j The stars are fighting on her side, and ' she is now staging the most splendid j i comeback of which there has been j ! any modern example in Maryland. We go hack now to The Spoilers of 1918. From small beginnings there I had through the years preceding rapidly grown up on the banks of the j Fa taps co. just across from Baltimore, the industrial and residence settle- . meats of Curtis Bay and South Haiti-j --j more. Their Jtearishiug neighbor, i ' Brooklyn, had been there many years, j 1 This development had a two-fold ori gin. the desire of business enterprises to escape the high tax rate of Balti- j more, fostered by the encouragement j of the Anne Arundel County Commis sioners that taey would be grauted i exemption from county taxes. The ■ county had found, without knowing it. the lamp of Aladdin, aud behold) there sprang up a center of wealth and j population, with a taxable liaais of 110.900.0rtp. of approximately 8.000 j people, in an area of fivS* an one-half; square miles. From ibis the county ) drew ita greatest revenue, and the big j city across the Patapsco looked upon | It with hungry and covetous eyes. —o_ r pHK envy grew in geometrical progression, and it was then that tue Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold. His cohorts were not ! gleaming in much purple so far as > rouU9 be seen, but iu or with gold they . did gleam abundantly. They came ] down to Annapolis, they laid siege to the Legislature (be it said in passing a Republican Legislature); but with ! the Assyrian hosts led by the then , Mayor of Baltimore, his Democratic .Excellency, the Hon. J. Harry Pres ton. Thiy came down to Annapolis, ; they camped in Annapolis, they hired a hall In Annapolis, which some no ,madic newspaper necromancer chris- J tened the “Harry House” and by ) which name it is known even to this I day by some people. Never was cam . paign more deliberately planned or more brutally carried out and never .more splendidly or skillfully resisted j by the defenders. It was highway robbery; it was the first daylight hold-up ever pulled off j in Maryland, and there has been no .trouble about pulling them off ever i since. The Assyrian wanted that j which he saw for his own, and with .better luck than his prototype of old he got it. Giving a necessary twist to (’aesar's classic message to the Rom ans—they saw. they came, they con quered. It was not merely to step across an imaginary line as in the ease of Baltimore county, hut here It was to cross a natural barrier, the Patapsco river, an actual invasion, and the 8,000 inhabitants who dwelt within these bounds were not permit ted to say what their wishes were, hut. as an old newspaper man used to say. were taken up “bodaciously” from one side of the river, in a very real sense of the word, and set down on the other side. This was the An nexation act of 191 S. —o— r)FT now, the law ot compensation D comes in again; it may be of retribution. Once more we rub the lamp of Alladin and behold what has happened in a short four years. Be fore the Annexation act became effec tive the taxable basis of Anne Arun del county was $30,000,000. The transfer of this property from' the county books to those of Baltimore city reduced it to $20,000,000. Today the taxable basis of Aune Arundel county is $26,000,000, and when the new assessment, now in progress by order of the State Tax Commission, shall have been completed, it will have gone far beyond the basis of 1918 and will be nearer $40,000,000. It is not to look far for this wonderful progress. It is all around us with the development of the beautiful and un surpassed water oourses. which run far up into the county along its en tire bay coast. The lure of the Sev ern and the Magothy has for many years been drawing to these shores people from all parts of the country. Ttey have come front Pittsburgh, Boston. Detroit. New York. Philadel phia and. of course. Baltimore, until now on the Severn it is almost impos sible to find a strip of waterfront not occupied. Now comes South river. West river. Rhode river, with their ! rapid influx from everywhere, but chiefly front Washington. Of the older settlements in the county that are rich contributors to the taxable basis are Sherwood Forest, Linthicunt Heights, Glen Ilurnie Heights. Green Haven, Round I Bay and Severna Park. The more re- I cent developments are Curtis Bay ! Height*. Brooklyn Park, Arundel Gardens. Roland Terrace. Patapsco Plains. Riviera Beach. Bar Harbor. Manhattan Beach, Magothy Beach, j Shore Acres. Gibson Island. South River Park, Bay Ridge. Back Bay Beach, Masons Beach, Owings Beach. Franklin Manor. To West river has come the Almas Automobile Club of I Washington, with a membership of wealthy and distinguished men, tn- I eluding President Harding and for mer President Wjlson. Illustrating, only in part, the dif ference which these developments make in revenue to the county, a farm at Glen Burnie Heights and on the Magothy river, formerly assessed at $6,300. has now. cut up into lots, an assessment of SIOO,OOO. ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY has a 4* population of 45.000. a registered vote of 18.000. with an area of 425 square miles. To show its rapid growth, along other lines than those mentioned, since the Annexation act, the total amount spent on public J I schools for 101 S was $11*4.000. in _ 1010. • $199,489, in 1920, $243.04*8, In 1921., , $204, 32. in 1922, $3*0,000 approxira- • ately. Within the same period two high schools ouside of Annapolis have heen established, the Annapolis High] School having been in existence long prior to 1918. There are 10 consoli dated schools, to which children are brought in motor busses, all new. ( splendid buildings, all built since 1918 j and nearly all of the other schools are new or have had additions put to them. The school enrollment iu 1918 i was 6.089 and there was lost by the annexation 1.598. The school popula ! tion for 1922 is 7,900. The last cen- ■ isus gave the county an additional | member of the Legislature, making its i representation now five and, but for ! | the spoiation of its territory would' ! have giveu it six members, the maxi mum number which any county may j I have under the Constitution. ' | 'lllß is enough to teil the story, * for the same Increase has bean | repeated in many different places. J This is why Anne Arundel county, hooking with head erect into the fu- Iture. no longer has regret for the ■ lemon she. after all. handed to Balti- Iniore city, and as she laughs last, laughs l*est. And sb, good old county of Anne Arundel, land of my birth, land of my love, land of my sepulcher, whose soul has for the greater part of three centuries held the bones of all Of my name gone before. 1 salute you 1 wish for you all that is best; no thing less should you have. ’Tis thy virtues, not thy faults. I sing. Let that thankless task be his who loves thee not as I. And — Though much is taken, much abides; and though We are not now that strength which in old days Moved earth and heaven, that which we are. we are: One equal temper of heroic hearts , Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will. To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. ITT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY Cut out this slip, enlcose with 5c i and mail it to Foley & Co.. 2835 Shef • field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your [ name and address clearly. You will i receive in return a trial package con [ f lining Foley’s Honey and Tar Com i pound for coughs, colds and croup; . rheumatism, backache, kidney and . 1 ladder ailments; and Foley Cuthar , tic Tablets, a wholesome and thor , oughly cleansing cathartic for consti t pation, iHiiousriess, headaches, and , sluggish bowels.—(Adv.) L The crops are the biggest ever. The .■ strike is the biggest ever. The small est thing is the average pocketbook.—- j New York World. NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONS 1 The State Employment Commission of - Maryland will hold examinations in Haiti more on the dates specified below to on laldish lists of persons eligible for ap pointment In the following Hasses or positions in the State service. The usual 1 ea la ties are as indicated. r OCTOBER IK. IJttlJ. Superintendent. Printing Shop (Penl t touttiiry)—s.*MKX) a year. Press foreman, ‘printing Simp (I'eni ’ tentinry)—s2.4on a year. Foreman. Comprising Room (Peni tentiary)—s2,4oo a year. <M TO BE ft 28. 1923. Superintendent. Automobile Tag Shop t Penitentiary)- -$2,500 a year. foreman, Automobile Tag Shop (Peni ; tentiaryi—s2.(Bßl a year. Shoo foreman (Shoe Shop) Penitentiary —52,000 a year. T Industrial Inspector 51,200-$1.500 n year. I Food and Drug Inspector—a yetir. > ltritg inspector —51,440 a year. Guard—Sl.:iKo-$1.5U0 a yeai. Apply State Employment Commission 22 l.tglit Street. Baltimore. Maryland, xx \ COPPERSMITHING AND ACETYLENE WELDING | Aluminum Soldering and Welding • specialty.—Tinning. Hoofing. Spouting ‘ and Plnmblng Repair. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1 RINNESS AND JONES 105 Compromise St. Phone 431-J 018 > NOTICE , To Whom It May Concern: This is to notify all persons ow niug | property on Thompson street. Murray avenue and Calvert str.*ct that these - streets are to bo improved at once. All water and gas. pipes ami sewer* must be laid tor renewed) before tbe im . provements are made, as it will not he . permissible to dig up these streets for a period of five (5. years. By Order of the Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen. IV. 11. VANS ANT. i _ City Commissioner. ( Passed Sept. 25. 1922. | Hyde Brothers Plnmbing and Heating 128 MARKET STREET > phone tm-J. PROMPT KP.RVir.lt t TXLEmONE MJ-M. JOB WORK A. W. PHILLIPS Contractor and Builder STEEL GARAGES, $150.00 UP BhW>: IM Gloucester Bt. Asaspslla, Md CHARLES M. CARLSON AM GLOUCESTER STREET CONTRACTOR ud BUILDER EuOmat— Chearfollx Olseu. PRONE D eT H. PICKERING Photographic Portraiture and Commercial Photography 28 STATE CIRCLE. PHOVK 973-J DIED "l yniRLAMI On t*. :--Iwr at < hi* rest**.- jr Aron.te! <s*un*y. Md.. IIKNKA BARNES | beloved husband of Stella B. • ilttd.-r land, and oMest mm of Ihe late Henry , t J.. and Mattie Sunderland. funeral from All Hallow* t Impel | . DavjdsouvWc. tomorrow tMiu.lsyl afler j at • Ml s'rkvl. | MARRIM—O urfc. :rt her late restdeye, . VV seh | tngtou street. SAHAII J HARRIS. • funeral Sunday afternoon at Si. clock ; frtuu Aabur.v M. 12 I'liunli. Interment n Brewer Hill cemetery DANIC.L 4 HEALEY. Attorney, Ilai W. Haiti more St. Baltimore. Mil. ULOItGK I SAFFIKI.O. Auctioneer. H Carroll St.. Anuapoll*. Md. PUBLIC SALE -OP VALUABLE REAL ESTATE l.wcateil In Ihe Kecoml Elect!** District of \nne Arundel County at Iglehnrt Station I'niler and by virtue of the power of! :ilc contained in a mortgage from Alvin t I*. Ward and Margaret Alverta Ward, hi* I wife, to John P. Ward and Mary K Ward, his wife, dated May 19. HM. and recorded among the land reisrds of Ann* Vru iilH county in Liber W. N. \' N. i 4.*, i, etc., the undersigned attorney liaiiieil in the aforesaid mortgage will of for for sale at public auction at the Court House door, in the City of Auimpolls Maryland, on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1922, At 11:30 A. M.. all the property located in Anne Anilide’ county mentioned in said mortgage: Being t lie secondly mentioned lot oi ground ami premise* and described a> follows: Beginning for the same at a point In the centre of tin* enmity road leading from Annapolis to (Menton at the northwest corner of the school lot and running trnri thence and with the center of said road North 29 degrees. West 198 feet. North degrees West 210.4 feet. North .V* degree* West 547.7 feet. North *2 degrees 30 min utes West 297 feet. North ist degrees. West ::tHi reet .North ."'1 degrees :ui minutes West 204 feet. Nortli !5 degrees 30 minutes West 35.5 feet. Soutll 35 degrees. West ::m.l feet. South M degrees 30 minutes West 165 t*et to Cue center of Washing ton. Baltimore and Annapolis Kleetrb Hailway; thence with the center of said railway 111 nil easterly direction 2,053 feet more or less, to the southwest corner of the aforesaid school lot: thence with th< said lot 47 degrees Last 153 feet to the place of beginning. Containing eighteen and four-tenths acres of land, more oi less. For the title sis- l,and Records of Antli Arundel county. Liber W. N. W. No. 12 folio 90, etc., from John K. Horsey and wife to Alvin l>. Ward and wife. TKItMS OF SALK: A deposit of SBUH' will be required of the pnrehaser at tlnu of sale, and the balance of the ptirHinsi money, with the. Interest thereon at tin rate of 6 per centum per annum, to he paid in cash upon ratification of sale In the Circuit Court of Autie Arundel county DAN ILL .1 IIEALKY. Attorney named in Mortgage. E.O. LEAGUE ROOFING •pealing. Sheet MUI and Plata Hark *TOVE§ 480 FURNACES INSTALI.BI AND REPAIRED PIIONK 781-W W. B. & A. Electric Railroad MID-CITY TERMINALS Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening Between Annapolis. Baltimore nti d Washington nn d Camp Meade (Washington and Camp Meade passengers change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station 5 10, x 5.50. 0.20. xrt 50. x 7.50. 8 20. 9.20 10 20, 11.20. A. M . 12.20. 1.20, 2.20, 3.20 , 4.20. *4.50. 5 20, 0.20. 7.00, 8.20, 10.20 11.20, P. M Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minute* earlier; State House Station, Bladen Street and College Avenne, seven (7) minutes earlier. - Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Bladen Street Station 5.20 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 2f and 50 mb.u*es after each hour until 0 50 P. M.. then at 7.50. 8 50. 9.50. 10.50 and 11.50 I*. M. 5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE BALTIMORE—W., R. A A. *•• 35. 7 35, 8.35. 9 35. 10.35, 1135, A. M.. 122 135. 2.35, 3.35. x 4.05, 4721. x 5 05. All trains receive or discharge paaaengera at local points between Annapolis and Naval Am demy Junction and at Ship ley and Linthlctim on signal. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Howard and l ombard St*. 3.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 13 and 4o minutes after each hour until p - M -. tb t 7.15, 5.15. 915. 10.10. 11.15. P. M.. and 12.15. A. M 5.Ki and 5.45 A- 11. trains dally except Bunday. , LEAVE WASHNGTON 6 00. 6.45, 8.00. 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 A. M . 12.00 100. 2.00. 3.00. x 3.30, 4.09, X 4.30. 5.U0! 6.00, i.OO, 9.00, 1100 M., 12.10 A. 1C * —Dally except Sunday. For ticket* and information apply at our city ticket offices; West Street Station, Carvel Hall, Short Line Station, Bladen street. CITY OF ANNAPOLIS MAYOR, COUNSELOR AND ALDERMEN NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for building thfee sec tions of City Highway as follow*: Thompson Street—One section of high way between Sotxthgate Avenue and Sn f reek (0.14 miles) alternate bids (Con crete). I Penetration Macadam) Murray Avenue--One section of bigbwav between First find Second Street* (n.lVj miles) alternate bids. (Concrete). (Pene t rat lon Kalvert Street One ae.-tb.n of highway between Northwest street and Short Line tracks tfi.OK mile*, alternate hMa, (Con crete). (Penetration Macadam) •jn rcelved by t h e Mayor, Connselor and Aldermen at ttiHr office*. Connell . An "*i^ | l. Md.. until 12 M. on the -nd day or OctoLer. 1922 at which ed m anTrea'd are W "‘ ,J^n . n ' u " l be made upon tbe blank pro , o*al form which, with specification* and nlan*. will be furnished bv tlm Mayor ( onnselor and Aldermen upon application charge. J r in y '^ nt of ~ lo° as hereafter no charge* will b- permitted. W ‘ H received unlea* accom anied by a certified check for the *um of live hundred (9500, dollar*, payable to the Mayor. Counselor and AldermcT,. to T st.*K tw ." ful . bidder will be required to give bond, and comply with the Act* of eral As ßt'bly of Maryland re sitei-tmg contract*. reserve < ; 0,, * Wlo r aDd Al(lermen bbbi * h tht tn rejm an J and all Ahirrmrn rr .i o i_ , Ma J ror * Counselor and 1(W * h 2IM day of September, JOHN A. RUSSELL. Chairman Street Committee. f . I CLASSIFIED ads 1 a* , I oi Mi t \l* Bln,- 7 > I*o St 'apita 1 M EOK Ml k ft OK Htl.l t' I I Ci.dlti,.u. V Photic V( vv co* - n c giae; runnm MTtl at Jude- VI J. Revel! fan l; Annapolis. M 198 Ml t fv . rrlemet. Tit w. t n, ' FUK Ml K Six , l.V* Clay *tr.-. t, p Julian Brewer ,m.l v ft’OK SALk Hu<N.ii . Phone JVmi ituci ' fttH N.ai.r Kim John M. Green, St t t > , <R vti I mimes' clothing |dy Box r*i. l.vi.n 7 , ' : FOR svi.ft ting, ! in perbv-t, or.lei will • incuts. Coat S'.) , - A|*>ly 21 Northw e*t iitr.a Co* MALL I.at rob,. , tion; $1(1. I‘hoiio sit, \| for -\ • 1 P.irk. 13 mlnutia , Short Line. lt,Ma..n:it. Severna 1. 1 OK v %L! Apply 4.: I >•>:!■■ wir.ac FOR KALE II street. Apply same. „ r pi... pV, v ‘ I <' K V l 1 Thompson atrect. c. 11 i; ~, l-'raukliu street. p||,,n.- |." FOR BKNT leli RENT Nle. Close to Naval .\, ailean v Lai. Box 35 FttH KENT Eight el eetrtc light*, steam heat. • t,., venieivccs: near Severn ri\. m, from Annapolis Appi v V .1 p ' Sa-oiid str.-et, Anunpoiia m,( FOR RENT Small apartm furnished or unfitrinalieii. \j. v Hanover street. roR in \ 1 Modern conveiiietiee* iii.|inii > • Frlcmcl. 79 \V*at street ' ft'Olt KENT Seven 10..111 w. uiahed; ind-water i.eat a. \| 4 >, Immediate |H**e*vleu Julian . and Sot,. I << K It t N I tug rooms. Apply Hi < ■ inluit at reel m RENI a month. Apply I*. J. Wng. _ S. liool street. Pilot.*' I<9 .1 I<• Kft.Vl I 1 1' ■ small: steam heat . centrally 10.10 I'hotie 27 v J. . ; COK RftiNT Furnished dwelling. V. ll* Market street. Apply It. .1 Uiegar.l, .1 School Street. .1)1 COR KENT Furnished spartmenf, Mur land * veil tie, 5 rooms and largi r.-*; tion hall, containing pis no. steam hr.i and water. Also four room Imue 1 Maryland avenue. Apply 130 Mist Ktreet, or |.li.ipe 51 4. , lOR RENT Furnish, ! b 272 K (leorge street. Inquire rritldti. COK RENI Nicel room. Apply 232 Iving George street. FOR RENT—Upright pit Apply 1 • ; . West street, or phone 54 J. H for Kent Two or three rooms; modern convenience*. Mm*t <l - loeation; near Academy. Pb" a -535-M. *l2 EOR RENT —High class rooms •• ntr; v located; ateaui beat. Phone 278 J. im.l ft < K RE N r-furnished rotbgr -a 1, Severn for yvlnter months. '. mile (• ; 1 Annapolis Short Lin*; good beating ' plant, reasonable vent Phone • 18. 917 ll ' —~~ l FOR KENT OR NALL IOK ItEN I OR -\ I I lug. Second street. Apply \ I I’tnk' l.ek. Second str*-*-t. Aniiapolis. AM WASTED TO RENT I IH'ltli ro RENI l.oiise near seliool. Address !’• 1 uph office. v- WANTED ’ WANTED Saleslady. \L *' I**- ’ en*-e*l. Tlie leader. 31 \V •vt street I - 1 HINTRO W ing farm for sale: give particular lowest price. John 4 Bl." t- M iry sto-et, Chippewa tails, M - WANTED - Laundress t - •■i’ 5 home. Appiv '.si Conduit tr.e- I, . W INTER To buy. baby - - ’ ' plv Room 264 Carvel li d I * WANTED Girl to help v Apply 7 Thompson street , WANTED Dishwasher. , Restaurant. ll* Main c •• ’ w a nrfen nufurni*he<l apartment. r Ib.x 28g. j W VNTKI) Eaatport. Apply t'm( - AGENTS HALTED AGENTS WANTED lie v women wanted to re’ 1 ! AV atklns products in Exceptional opprDit.r.tt’’ ' \ the ohlest and kind. Our bustler* "'"W .... gI.N) an hour. Ar- >• 1 If not. write Delay for ’ , particular*. The J. P '■ u Dept. 81. New York. N. 1 _ 1 AOEKTM—Everybody r- , . Iri( Doubie St re ng' t p - plete line h**fMS‘iioi*: n* ‘ t ’ repea lc's. Write today I ' E-12a. Attica. N. Y. _ HELP WANTED MALE or EEMILI* WANTED Men or .l .. weekly full time $1 :*> * .''j ~ . t selling guaranteed h< ■ 1 r wearer. Cotton, silk. h‘'st . , Ititerrational H**aiery W >*• Pa. -. fl’"' HELP WANTED —Typi*' - weekly, spare time “’P >•'*■ t - a rm* iu;<nuß<-ri|rt*. Write I- f- Authors' Agmrr, Taltap*"" PIANO TUNING and CHAIR CAINING PROMPTLY DON*! Work Called For and Prsmpßf PHONE WM. MUHLMEISTFR Ml WEST ST.